Lech Lecha and the Nazarean Codicil

Lech Lecha and the Nazarean Codicil

Aftbookaer looking at the parts of the Torah Seder Lech Lecha that gave us inspiration, we began a cursory review of how the Triennial Torah reading connects to the Torah Seder. We then began to look at Biblical Exegesis techniques and models of the First century. We then looked at the “Prophets” and their relationship to the Four Levels of Rabbinic Hermeneutic. We also looked at the Haggadic and their Didactic elements to see what they tell us. In short, this class was continued from the discussions on interpretative techniques for the Bible and Nazarean Codicil.
After looking at the parts of the Torah Seder Lech Lecha that gave us inspiration, we began a cursory review of how the Triennial Torah reading connects to the Torah Seder. We then began to look at Biblical Exegesis techniques and models of the First century. We then looked at the “Prophets” and their relationship to the Four Levels of Rabbinic Hermeneutics. We also looked at the Haggadic and their Didactic elements to see what they tell us. In short, this class was continued from the discussions on interpretative techniques for the Bible and Nazarean Codicil.